The 2008 Lagar de Robla Premium Mencia spent 18 months in American oak. It is the most complex of these Mencia offerings displaying density, opulence, and length. This pleasure-bent effort can be enjoyed now but will drink well for a decade.
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|Vinos de Arganza turns into a family business when it is bought by Victor Robla, professional of long wine path, and his wife Ángeles Varela, who has returned to her origins since her grandmother Sara Álvarez de Toledo, born in Villafranca del Bierzo, part of an important family of the nobility of the zone, owner of big vineyards and wineries since the fifteenth century.
The vocation is transmitted from parents to children, who they are joining the company in viticulture, enology and marketing areas.
Vinos de Arganza means today the bet on the terroir, tradition and the incorporation of innovative systems to improve the wine making process… the commitment to the wine.